• Bad News for Edina City Council: Insurance Rates Up Again0

    By Carol Kincaid Much of the Tuesday evening Edina City Council meeting was routine, dealing with the everyday matters of running the City.  However, the November 13th meting was a time for renewal or change of insurance.  Hawkins Insurance Group representative Ed Anderson informed the Council of an average renewal increase of 11 ½ percent over

  • Missouri DNR Director Childers Visits Kahoka0

    By Mike Scott Missouri Department of Natural Resources Director Doyle Childers visited Kahoka on Thurday, meeting with county officials and local residents, his 96th such visit to communities across the State of Missouri.“We want to visit with people to see what the issues are in your community,” Childers said.Citing past DNR procedures   “a recipe for

  • LEPC To Update Distaster Relief Service Chart0

    By Kevin Fox The Clark County LEPC  (Local Emergency Planning Committee) met in its regular bi-monthly meeting at the Kahoka Fire Station on Thursday, November 15. The main topic for the meeting was how LEPC could better serve and better be prepared for a disaster if one should strike Clark County. Using the Disaster Relief

  • Kahoka City Council Awards Bid For Demolition Contract0

    By Mike Scott At least 17 dilapidated structures, fifteen residential and two commercial, will be torn down in the coming weeks, thanks to a Community Development Block Grant.   At a special meeting of the Kahoka Board of Aldermen Monday night, November 19, the council award the demolition contract to the low bidder, Campbell Trucking, in

  • Arson  Arrest Made

    Arson Arrest Made0

    The Clark County Sheriff’s Office and the Missouri Fire Marshall’s Office report the arrest of Nathaniel Ralph Gates, age 21 of rural Kahoka, MO.  Gates was arrested and charged with 4 class B Felony charges of arson in the 1st Degree. Gates is held in the Clark County Detention Center on a $75,000.00 cash bond.

  • Not so bright turkeys are afraid of a lot more than Thanksgiving ax0

    Not so bright turkeys are afraid of a lot more than Thanksgiving ax COLUMBIA, Mo. – Turkeys fear a lot more things than an ax this time of year.  Turkeys are quite afraid of certain things,” said Jeff Firman, University of Missouri turkey researcher. “They are not too bright,” he said. “So you have to



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